MAY 21, 2010 – The POWER is committed to community service and fostering strong Coachella Valley spirit. This past week, Rocky visited patients at the Palm Springs Stroke Recovery Center.While there, he interacted with workers, visitors, and patient
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Owner and President Andrew Starke hit first-ever Hole In One during the tournament! Congrats Andrew!
Palm Springs POWER Baseball President and Owner Andrew Starke held a press conference today at Palm Springs Stadium announcing Tom Gamboa as the 2010 POWER Field Manager.
The Palm Springs POWER Baseball Organization is proud to announce Tom Gamboa as the 2010 field manager for the POWER. The POWER will host a press conference Tuesday, April 27 at 11:00am to speak with the media and fans. Gamboa brings a long history of pro
The Palm Springs POWER will clash with the Orange County Pioneers in a three game playoff series starting Tuesday night at 7:05 p.m. at Palm Springs Stadium to see who will garner the championship trophy and sit on top of the Southern California Collegiat
June 11, 2009, Palm Springs, CA – Three former POWER players along with four current players were selected in the Major League Baseball draft on June 9th, 10th, and 11th. Ryan Wheeler was the earliest POWER player taken when the Arizona Diamondbacks dra
On Saturday, December 22 the CHP, Desert Cities Young Marines, KPLM 106.1 with Randy Houston, Toys For Tots, and Palm Springs Motors held a toy drive to benefit young patients at JFK Memorial Hospital. As you can see, Rocky the Ram Showed up with dozens a
The POWER was well represented in the first Century 21 Mirage All-Star Game on July 18th with participation from 13 players. Wes Oberlin and Ryan Wheeler started the night off by partaking in the Home Run Derby. Oberlin blasted two home runs off of th
Friday night the Palm Springs POWER Baseball Club received the “Small Business of the Year” award from the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce. The POWER would like to thank the community for their outstanding support over the past four seasons as thi
Seven ex-POWER players were selected in the 2007 MLB Draft. 2005 POWER pitcher James Simmons, from University of California Riverside , was picked in the first round and 26th overall by the Oakland Athletics. Left-handed pitcher Chris Siegfried, Univers